In just minutes, mix together an amazingly sweet and creamy vanilla Yogurt Fruit Dip. Serve with your favorite fruit!
Yogurt Fruit Dip is a perfect treat for a date night in, an appetizer for a party or shower, or a light dessert. This sweet dip is exactly what you’re looking for!
Sweet & Creamy
I am obsessed with fruit! It is the best “sweet treat” that I don’t ever feel guilty about snacking on.
Grapes, strawberries, pineapple, apples, watermelon – you name it! I love them all, and especially love having them with some yogurt dip.
I’ve shared a few easy fruit dips here on the blog before, like our Cream Cheese Fruit Dip and Nutella Fruit Dip. This easy dip recipe is one we love just as much – Yogurt Fruit Dip!
Not only does it have yogurt, but it also has cream cheese, vanilla pudding mix, and Cool Whip (Whipped Cream works great too)! It’s the perfect dip to serve at your next party.
How to make Yogurt Fruit Dip
There are only FOUR ingredients in this Yogurt Fruit Dip Recipe!
- Cool whip
- Cream cheese
- Vanilla yogurt
- Vanilla pudding mix
JUST BLEND. Simply mix the four ingredients together with a hand mixer, and voila! You have a nice, creamy, vanilla-flavored dip for your fruit. Serve in a bowl with a platter of your favorite fruit!
SERVE this Easy Fruit Dip with Yogurt with any fruit of your choice. We love strawberries, blueberries, bananas, raspberries, pineapple, grapes, banana slices, and apples! Fruit Kabobs are a cute and tasty option.
- Fresh fruit. Some fruits, like apples, tend to brown while sitting out. To help them stay looking fresh, use a package of “Fresh Fruit”. It’s found in the baking aisle near the canning jars.
- Dippables. Dipping fruit is the most popular choice, but things like Graham Crackers, granola bars, Oreo Cookies, and wafer cookies are also delicious.
Pudding. Use a box of INSTANT pudding and not the Cook N Serve kind. Only use the pudding powder in the recipe. Do not make the pudding.
Lighten it up by using reduced-fat cream cheese or light yogurt. It will still come out creamy and delicious!
Vanilla Yogurt Fruit Dip flavor variations:
- Add a bit of flavor: sprinkle on some cinnamon or brighten it with some lemon zest.
- Adjust the flavor: use cream cheese-flavored pudding mix or white chocolate-flavored pudding mix.
- Garnish with fresh mint leaves.
STORE this Fruit Dip with Vanilla Pudding in an air-tight container in the fridge for up to 5-6 days.
Yes! You can swap the vanilla yogurt with greek yogurt for a lighter take.
One quick way to do this is to drizzle on some honey or maple syrup for added sweetness and flavor. For more ideas, refer to the recipe tips in this post!
For more yummy party dips, try:
- 7 Layer Bean Dip
- Spinach Artichoke Dip
- Cream Cheese Fruit Dip
- Hamburger Queso Dip
- Cheesecake Dip
- Homemade Caramel Apple Dip
- Apple Brickle Dip
Yogurt Fruit Dip Recipe
- 8 oz cream cheese softened
- 8 oz whipped topping
- 3/4 cup vanilla yogurt
- 3.4 oz instant vanilla pudding
- fresh fruit for dipping
- With a hand mixer, combine all ingredients, folding in the whipped topping last. Enjoy it with fresh fruit!
FLavor and texture were amazing!! Not sure if its just me but i could not find any Instant pudding mix in the size valled for. Still the best dip ever and it worked fine with the one i used.
That is the standard size, but maybe they were just out?? I am glad it still worked out 🙂 Thank you so much!
I’m making this for my granddaughter birthday party. I’m guessing you put the powder of the pudding directly in recipe ? You dont Make the pudding right ?
Correct 🙂 Just add it in. Hope you like it!
I’m in charge of bringing fruit for a party this weekend and I will be bringing this along! It looks great!
I made this for A fathers day family dinner this last weekend and everyone was askinG for the recipe! It really is so good, and soooo easy to whip up. My Favorite go-to fruit dip for sure!
I love hearing that!! Glad it was a hit!
made this for my fourth of july party and it was the hit of the day! everyone loved it and asked for the recipe! delicious!!
Thank you for trying it & for sharing the recipe. I am so happy it was a hit!
How long does this keep?
I would probably eat it, all week long. I wouldn’t keep it longer than a week.
I can’t seem to eat fruit without this dip!! Love it!! It’s simple to make, which makes it so easy to whip anytime!
I just made this for my kids and I wish I made more! SO easy and yummy!
That makes me so happy to hear! So glad you and your kids liked it!
Super delicious with fruit! But we also served this up with Nilla Wafers & Gingersnap cookies. So delicious! Personally, I like a little dip on a gingersnap and then topped with half a strawberry. Great snack to serve the kids after school! Love this!
This looks so delicious and yummy! My teens are going to love this recipe! Can’t wait to make this!
I’ve never used pudding mix to make fruit dip before and I dont think I’ll ever not use it. Delicious dip!
A great dip for any fruit combination!
I’m about to make this! If I’m using heavy whipping cream, do I make whipped cream first (separately), hand mix the other ingredients and then fold in the whipped cream? Or do I just combine all together and hand mix at once?
You may have made this by now, so you’ll have to let us know how it went and what you did. I’d probably whip the cream a bit first to make it a bit more stiff (closer to the texture of what the Cool Whip would be like) and then mix the rest with it. But, it may work just fine to dump and mix everything too. You’d just want to mix until light and fluffy.
Can you fold this into the fruit and serve as a desert?
You probably could!
Have you tried this using instant chocolate pudding instead of vanilla? If so do any of the ingredients need “tweaked”? I made this for the first time for Easter and my grandkids absolutely loved it – my grandson was just eating the dip without the fruit – LOL – and suggested chocolate would go well with the strawberries.
I haven’t tried subbing the vanilla pudding for chocolate, but you could certainly give it a try! If you do, you’ll have to let us know how it turns out. 🙂
Help! This was Delicious but mine was not creamy and easy to spoon out. Mine was thick–I followed the directions and used the right ingredients and I don’t know what happened. What can I add to it to make it creamy and easy to spoon out and dip fruit into?
Mine too! Came out almost marshmellowy but sooo good!
I have always had it turn out creamy, so I’m not sure what happened. I always make sure to use softened cream cheese. And I usually use regular yogurt, not greek yogurt. Sounds like you did the same, so I’m not exactly sure why it didn’t turn out creamy. If you need to thin it out, you could try adding a splash of milk?
Thanks for responding. I softened the cream cheese but I used Greek yogurt. I added the splash of milk and it did the trick. Delicious!!
Yay! So happy to hear that!!
Can this be made using sugar free whipped topping and pudding mix??
I haven’t tried swapping it out, but I’m sure that it could! You’ll have to let us know how it turns out if you make it sugar-free.
This dip was amazing i loved it and i’m a very very very big fruit person.
That’s what I love to hear!! Thank you so much for trying it!